House on Cedar Hill : By Cunningham Architects

Posted on November 29, 2010

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Situated at the edge of an escarpment zone, the house is organized along a native, stacked stone wall 182 feet long and 21 feet high. A cantilevered concrete canopy serves as an interruption through the wall into and through the house, briefly allowing views through the dense brush of the site towards the open vista to the west.

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Photo © Courtesy of James F. Wilson & Mark McWilliams

Photo © Courtesy of James F. Wilson & Mark McWilliams
Photo © Courtesy of James F. Wilson & Mark McWilliams
Photo © Courtesy of James F. Wilson & Mark McWilliams
Photo © Courtesy of James F. Wilson & Mark McWilliams
Photo © Courtesy of James F. Wilson & Mark McWilliams
Photo © Courtesy of James F. Wilson & Mark McWilliams
Photo © Courtesy of James F. Wilson & Mark McWilliams
Photo © Courtesy of James F. Wilson & Mark McWilliams
Photo © Courtesy of James F. Wilson & Mark McWilliams
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